PLEASE NOTE, THE MEETING FOR FRIDAY 2nd MARCH HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS
Driffield & District Business Club We go further, together
The Driffield & District Business Club was set up in 2008 to support and promote local businesses in Driffield, East Yorkshire.
Our main aim is to work together and help each other to achieve business growth. We provide a voice for local business people in the Driffield area, as well as a networking and referrals club providing a valuable source of work for members. We firmly believe that together we are stronger and can achieve more.
The Club meets at Driffield Golf Club for breakfast meetings at 7:30am on alternate Fridays (see our full meetings calendar here). Our breakfast meetings provide us with a fantastic opportunity for informal networking, discussions and presentations by both regular members and guest speakers.
New members are always welcome! However, if you would like to see what is on offer – and how Driffield & District Business Club can help you grow your business – you are welcome to come along to any one of our meetings as a visitor.
How’s Business is the Growth Hub for York, North Yorkshire and East Riding.
Whether you’re looking for information on how to improve your Facebook marketing, or funding to build a new manufacturing unit, How’s Business has something for you.
Its website is the perfect place for anyone looking for information on how to improve their business. It offers a mix of articles and eBooks, information on funding, as well as the biggest calendar of local networking events in the region. You can find out more at www.howsbusiness.org
And for those looking to significantly grow their business, its account managers offer one, simple point of contact that can introduce you to all the relevant business support that is available. It’s Government backed, completely independent, and works with business support providers across the region.
The initial signposting and brokerage that it offers is free, but the business support programmes do require you to invest your own funds alongside the grants. If you do have growth ambitions, and are able to invest in your growth, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org